Debra and Graham

Scotland / London / NYC

They say never mix business with pleasure, but from the first meeting at St Paul's wine bar with Debra we saw that myth fly right out the window! Over an hour later we were chatting like old friends about every detail of the wedding and getting excited looking at invitation samples and mood-boards.

Debra had a strong idea of the theme and style she was after "Preppy elegance - meets Scotland - meets NYC - meets London!," which resulted in the striking navy & white striped stationery, mixed with a Rennie Mackintosh font and gold foiled monogram.

Landmark building silhouettes from all three locations, which have personal importance to Debra & Graham, followed through the stationery as details in the order of service, table names and the table plan.

Mini name tags tied with striped navy ribbon had charity pins fixed to them as doubled up as place names, being fixed round the napkins.

All this was finished off with 'do not disturb' signs for guests and thank you cards.

Freya got our style straight away and created beautiful stationery which tied everything together perfectly. I hadn't anticipated that the stationery would be such an important part of the whole wedding but we probably received more comments from guests on that than anything else! Everything from the invitations to the Do Not Disturb signs for hotel doors was stunning! Freya was so lovely to deal with - responsive and friendly and came up with some very original ideas. She also went above and beyond hand delivering our on the day stationery on a Sunday! Can't recommend Br&newweddings highly enough!

Debra & Graham Morrison

- Details -

Day & Evening Invitations, Order of Service, Table Plan, Table Names, Place Name Charity Pin Tags, Signage, Menus, Cake Decoration Silhouettes, Thank you cards


Photographer: Gwen Christie
Ceremony: Stepps Parish Church, Glasgow
Reception: Hopetoun House, Edinburgh